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Kallinif In a cruUiti ;
II look aloiiK (or company
Of innii ami kuiim, a (aw, air.
Yankuo In-wey, Hat Ha! Ha!
I'cwcy, you're a ilanJy;
W illi ini'u ami gona, ari'l croiseri, Ux,
Ycu'ro cnrtalnly ijuilo handy,
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i Willi ordni. Ilicie to inatth (ham.
Aii'l iIiumIi tha 8paularda right an J left
Wlmrovcr ho coutil iatcli tbcui.
And Yankon Dawey did it, t-jo,
He did it no complete, air,
Tlml iiul a blooming ibip i left
of all that Kpaniah fleet, air.
oh, Yiiulnu Downy you're a eacli,
A u-ilile, Kallai't iur, air ;
You're "out of eight," you're "out ol
U luil you from afar, air.
We greet vuu with three routing cheer,
I ui yuu n ml your brave crews, ir,
! or (be ilerda you've doue and vict'ry
l or Yankee I'jodle Doo, air.
Yaukeo Dewey, keep it up,
You ttrtaiuly are haudy,
W'iUi iuuii uod guiiM, and cruiacie, loo,i
on, oewey, you readaody.
m - Ji'iiAdUA, duly ii. Navnl (Jou
eiiui-tur Idcbmond r. lfobnoo, o( tbe
flagship New York, and the aerven eea
uit-n Mho aaileil the collier Merrimac
IiiUj the chauoel of tbe harbor of Santi
ago tie Cuba, .Iudu .'1, and auuk Ler
there, were aurrendcied today by tbe
i-puultiti niilitary autbotlties in exchange
for prieonera captured by tbe American
IIuIijijii aud bfa men were eerorted
Ihrough iliu Auiericau lioea by Captain
Otiadwitk ol tbe ew i oik. Every step
of the journey was marked by the wild-
cut ileuioiibtrallun. Tbo American eol
diuta who threw auldo all aeuiblance ol
order, btrainlile.l out of tbe entreuch
luenU uud knorked over tent unit i;uya
and oilii r cauip paraphernalia in their
caiii-nii'va to ace the reluming hrroee
aud f fill rbecr after cbeer into tbo tuen
who sailed into the jawa of death to
serve their couutiy. The same scenes
id eutliufiaeiii were repeated on tbe ai
rival nl llio hofpilal station and Jura
gua. Ilulibuii, who reached there in advance
of Ida Ki.iipanioiis, was takeu ou board
tlio New York immediately. Tbo llag
a iip'd deck was iiued with officers and
men ua he climbed up the side and
ateppi'd on hjurd the vesael. With
pIioutM mul cheers be and bia comrades
were Ki-ouicd by the crews in tbe
truiiBKirif) lying the Now York. Hobron
bad litilu to eay regsidiiig bis experi
ence, i v i p'. that be win well treated by
llio Spaniard. All Ins men are in ex.
Illanco to Ulamc.
W miim.i...n, .lol 7. Tbe state de
pui i infill ban rwcived tbe report ol
CVrvciato lllancjou tbe reccut disss
Iroita naval light as follows:
"To iho i-euera! la-cblcf, Havana:
lu compliauco with your orders, I went
out yesterday from bautisgo de Cuba
niili nil the tijuadron, aud, after an un
ciual combat against forces more tban
triple mine, bad all the squadron de
etioycd by tire, aud Teresa, CHiuendoaod
Ykcava being beached, aud tbe Colon
teeing. Accordingly I went ashore and
gavo luveelf up. The torpedo-boat de
stroyei s foundered. 10 not know bow
rnuuy people were lost, but should judge
it will reach liOO dead. Many were
drowned. Although not in such great
numbers, tbo liviug are prisoner to tbe
Americana. Tbe conduct of tbe ciewe
rose to a height that won the most en
thusiastic plaudits of everybody. Tbe
Yucuya surrendered well. Her crew
aro vc i y grateful lor tbe noble geueioeity
with which .they wete Heated. Among
tbo dead are Yillamil W. Lazaga.
Among tbo wounded are Coucas and
Ilulate. Wo lost all, and are uecessarily
Cubans Refuse to Work.
Cam i' SiiiOMtv, July 5.- General
Youug left at uoon today (or Key Wont.
Uilgudier-lieiierul DulUeld succeeds to
his command, tieneral Young yester
day refused to iasuo further ration to
llio Cubans uulil advices were received
from Waahiugtou in answer to an ex
loao ol the lituutiou here. Tbe Cubans
refuse to nehit-t the bospltul couimibsury
depailuiont, cluiiuiug they aro soldiers,
not UborcrJ. The same answer was
given lieueral UaKer when lie asked
llieui to help upon the roads in tbe
Ir.iuBpuilutiou ol suplieB. This, to
guthur nitb Cieueial (Jarcia's not pre
venting the entrance ol tbe ISpauieli re
iiiforceiueuts into Santiago do Cuba,
caused discouteut among the olUcei i aud
troop'. Young reported tbo situation to
Washington, and uieauwhile placed
Cubans under police reguatioui and
turned tlioui over to Clara liar ton for
SpniiLsli Olflcera Desert.
W'asiu.noio.n, July il. Advices receiv.
cd this moruing from General Bhulter
aunotiuce that a uumber of.blgli Spauish
oUlcoia luodosovtiuj, across the lino at
firtnluigo into Iho Ampiican army.
Health of the Army.
( ami-Hi in ikk v, Tuesday, -Inly 0, Tim
general health of tbe United Hates troos
's excellent. Not a cae of yo!!ov (ever
is reported, despite the fact that hiniiago
de Cube is recognized as great (ever
focus as far as Kio Kan toe.
01 ovr 10W wounded treated in the
division hoBpitsI only two have died,
John Myers, cam pony C, Sittb Infantry,
whose lioib waa amputated, and I'rivate
James K. McCartney, of tbe same com
pany and regiment, who soccombed to a
brain operation. Doth were buried this
morning, with religisnriees. There i
have beeu uocaees ol blood poisoning.
Tbe bebavoir ol tbe patien's and
wounded is heroic. There is not a moan
or a murmur among the whole 700. Last
night many were lying on tbo hard
ground outside tho tents, burgeons aud
nurses worked unceasingly (or 43 hours,
without rest or meals, and there are SOU
wounded yet to come from tho field.
The hospital corps Is short-handed, and
uociors irotn tne vessels ol me Heel are
working day and night. '
Toe wounds show that the Spaniards
are not only using explosive bullets, but
also brass-covered ballet with (be ends
eicd. The latter make mott ghastly
wounds, when they strike tbe brass
lining spreads out, tearing the flesh like
barbed wire. '
Tbe Spanish sharpshooter! are Gring
at the I.ed Crots Society people and at
the ambulances. They shot one driver.
who waa badly wounded.
Tbe raging surf makes the shipment ol
the wounded to tbo transpoit and hos
pital ships very diflicult, as there is no
pier, and tbe landing facilities aro very
Tbe weather continues bad, with heavy
showers almost every day. It has made
things bard (or the wounded. Despite
all tbe care bestowed upon thoui by the
medical staff, two officer died todav in
the hospital, Lieutenant Tatnam, of tbe
Sixth Infantry, and Dr. I'anforlb, assist
ant surgeon, Ninth cavalry. Tbe latter
was shot dow n by a Spanish sharpshooter
w bile at tendiog to the wounded at points
along the roadside.
ut of 1000 coses treated at tho hotpi
tal of the First division, only 10 have
died and there haa not been a single case
where a wound has suppurated.
All Road Jammed.
Orr Ji UAtii a, Tuesday, July 0. Tbo
roads leading from Santiago de Cuba
have been black today with people Dee
ing from tbe dreaded bombardment by
the Americana. A Hag of trues ha float
ed over tbo w alls of tbo city and above
the entrenchments of tbe besieging
army all day. The unofficial armistice,
which terminated at noon, is being ex
tended uutil tomorrow noon at tbe re
quest of foreign consuls, and during tbe
lull in tbe fighting tbo Spanish com
mander has permitted all coucombants
to leave. This (act ii generally accepted
among the officers at headquarters as an
indication of a grim determination ou
tho part of the Spaniards to tight it out .
About 500 refugees, mostly French,
have gone to LI Gauey, aud others bare
gono to Mora n and St. Lucie. The for
eign consuls have probibly all goue, as
no response is obtained from them in
answer to a tlig of truce.
Old Glory at Hawaii.
W'AbUiNoTON, July 7. Secretary Long
today gave orders for tbe denarluni of
the cruiser Philadelphia from Maro is
land (or Hawaii. Tbe Philadelphia w ill
carry the flag of the United States to
those Inlands and formally annex them
to tbe Union. Admiral Miller, com
manding the l'acillo station, will bo
charged with tbe function of Loistiug
the flag hauled down by Commissioner
Blount. Tbe ship w ill be ready (or sea
in a few days.
Tbo president will appoint a commis
sion immediately to (rame laws neces
sary to the changed condition of affairs
in Hawaii. This must be done before
the adjournment of cougrees, commie
siouci beiug tubjsct t ) continuation by
L'ugeno Register: The decent element
of Portland is now eojoyiag the prospect
ol some 10th century city administration.
Pennoyerism in Portland goes down to
history along with the corruption o( the
courts of Louis XIV aud Henry Y1II.
Educate Your Huwel. Willi I'a.tarela.
Cnndy I'atburtlc, euro coinnlpullon forever.
lOo, 83e. It C. C- C. tall, drUKKibtbU'lmid money.
Salem Statesman i While Havana in
sinking aud tbe walls are tumbling down
at Sautiago, President McKinloy's eritii
will wisely re'ialu from repontii g their
Statements about bis "weak uu I yacil
lating war policy."
Tu l'ur t .. ..(. . ; nni-r.
TuUiU'iiBiurt'iK i umiv I .itti. ii in' loo or SJo.
If V. C. C. lull lo i'uiv, Ui'iiUK-Mi. ii fund uiouiy.
Kuge uo Register : Cue i( Ibe beauties
ol .d,miral Uwey'a potUioii is (but it
exoludos hiui fiom the reach t( walked
editorials advUiug him as l" hisi coureo
tor the future.
To Cura Coii.liuulluu l ot-ever. -Tali
a Outicuvots i.'uiul.v Cutbunlo. liH) or S5o.
It C. C. 0. lull to cure, uruKuioU refund money.
Daker City Democrat: It U au off
day wheu the Spaniards dp not claim lo
liSjve killuJ a naval officii' or two and to
havo disabled one or more ol our war
I A I'MOCLATATION BY DOS.
I'coplc Allowed Four Hours in Which
to Leave 5antlajr.o.
Ivi. ' ai m , Joly 5. Fifteen thousand
refuges today Oiled the roads leading
from Santiago to Id Gauey, San Vicente,
lioniatoand Han J.uit, adjacent places.
The exodus was in response ti a proc
lamation by Oeneial hot, in Santiago,
who gave all people desirous of leaving
tbe city to escape tbe bombardment a
chance to go between 5 and 0 o'clock
this morning. Tbe time between the is
suance of the proclamation and the period
act lor leaving gave only small oppor
tunity (or transporting household effects
or any of the comfort of life, particular
ly as tbe SpanieQ authorities had forbid
den any Lorse or cairiagtt to bo taken
from tbe city. The horses are needed
there for carrying water to the men in
Tbe way to LI Gauey is long, and tbe
weather rxces.ively hot. As the fugi
tives bad no mean of carrying water,
and aa there is none ou the road between
Santiago aud LI Gauey, there was gifcat
suffering, Men, women and cb.'ldrcn lay
alongside the road wherever ihtie was
a patch of shade, begging paaeeis-by,
particularly soldiers with dangling can-
teens, (or water, which was always freed y
School report of Dietrict No. 81, Doug
Us County, Oregon, for term beginning
April 4th and ending -Inly 1, 1898.
Number of pupils enrolled, 10, nomter
of days taught 50. Total number daya
attendance 10O5. Number days absence
. Number times tardy II. Those
who averaged above 75 per cent in the
final examination were, in order of
standing, Hattie oblaoo, Justin Miller,
Blanche Stanley, Dert Miller, Delia
ohlson, Robert Cook, Darwin Johnson,
Earl Stanley, I'earl Johnson, Pearl
.Johnson, My ers Oblson, Mollie Oblson.
1 hose present every day without being
tardy : Kobert Cook, Tearl and Minnie
Johnson, Bert and Justin Miller, Myers
Ohleoo. Deportment, very good.
FuAXcts K. Wixg.iN, Teacher,
ShafterSays It's False.
Washington, July 7. The war de
partment haa posted the following die
datcb from General shelter, received in
response to an inquiry as to tbe reported
killing of SpaAsu prisoners by Cuban :
"Tbe dispatch as to the killing ol pris
oners by Cubans is absolutely false.
No prisoner have been turned over to
them, and tbey have shown no disposi
tion to treat badly any Spaniards who
havo fallen into their hands.
The Taking Of El Gauey.
Blkurk Santiago dk Ci'ba, Tuesday,
July 5. tieneral Law ton, in his report
after tbe atsault upon and capture ol El
Gauey by his division during the liret
day's fighting, says:
"It may not be out ol place to call at
tention to this peculiar feature of the
battle: It was fought against an oueuiy
fortified and entrenched within a com
pact town of stouo and concrete houses,
some with walls several feet thick and
supported by a number uf ttjue forts,
and tho eueuiy coutiuueJ tj resist until
uearly every man was killed or wound
ed." Capiain Karnaugh, aojutaut gcueral,
"Tho action of tuo Ameican troops at
HI Gauey will always have a place in
history as au illustration of a successful
assault upon a fortified town by fcot
A sick person trying to keep up on mere
Humiliating; tonics is like any one pretend
ing to swim while supported by a belt. The
Instant the support is withdrawn down
IVcarly all dikcaca result from a deep
seated impairment of the nutritive powers
Which cannot b reached by any temporary
exhilaiatiou. The ouly good that any med
icine can do ia to increase your own natural
powers of recovery and make you able to
swim for yourself.
The debilitating weakness, ucrvousnesa
and digestive disorder which indicates this
Hta.te of mal-nutiitiou can ouly be overcome
by a scientific remedy like Dr. I'ierce'a
Uotden Medical Discovery which acta di
rectly Upon the digestive and blood-makiag
otgauM. and effects the nutritive tiansforuia
liou of food into rich, healthy blood, which
catties genuine permanent vitality to every
coi ner of the system.
It is vastly more nutritious than inalt
extracts. It does not paialyze the nerves,
but feeds them with health. H U t'eltet
than cod liver oil emulsions. It is assimi
lated by the weaken stomachs. It does
uot make flabby useless fat, but muscular
SheuBth and healthy nerve-force. It is the
only perfect mvigoiant for corpulent people.
Mis. hll Howell, uf Ik-rby, I'crry Co., Ind.,
writes: "In lh yr of it-.-i I was taken with
stomach trouble nc. voik dyspepsia. '1 here was
a lxiKIuoh In niv sloniach, uud u uei;lit which
seemed like a rock. -:ver tiling that lateRove
me steal paiu; I bud a btntiuK down sensatiou;
was swelled across my stomach; bad a liilK
around niv lin'it side, nnd in a limit time I was
bloated. 1 was lrr.Ui d bv tlnee of our best pliy
.icinns but gt no relief. Then Dr. Herce'.
(ioldcil Medical Discovery was recommended to
in. and I got it, aud commenced thcu.eoi'it. I
begun to see a cliuiite lur the bcller. 1 was ao
weuk I could nut walk; aciusa the muni without
assi.lftiicsj. I took Dr. fierce'. Uoldeu Medical
Discovery and one bottle ol the l'leasaut Pel
let.' I begun to imniove very fast alter the use
of a few bottles. The physicians who attended
me said I bud 'dropsy ' uud thut my disease wa
leudiug into putiuouury cousumplioii. I had
quite u cou nil, aud the home physicians cave uit
upto'lte. I tliaiiki.otl that oiycur la permanent,"
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
ASH IS KING!
The C. I.
. DEALERS IN .
NO OLD GOODS IN THE STORE.
Opp. Review Building.
MAKE A NOTE OF IT
his is the
S C. W. PARKS
New Goods 1 t
Ladies' and Gents'
FURNISH INU GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
.i ikici:h to HI'IT tii-, t :
I I I STOCK !
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkius, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers. X